Eysey Footbridge

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Eysey Footbridge
Footbridge over the Thames (geograph 2393879).jpg
Coordinates 51°38′43″N 1°50′18″W / 51.6452°N 1.8383°W / 51.6452; -1.8383Coordinates: 51°38′43″N 1°50′18″W / 51.6452°N 1.8383°W / 51.6452; -1.8383
Carries Thames Path
Crosses River Thames
Locale Wiltshire

Eysey Footbridge is a footbridge across the River Thames in England, just below Cricklade, Wiltshire and to the south of Eysey Manor. It is one of the first bridges on the Thames Path.[1]

This section of the Thames is the boundary between the parishes of Cricklade (south of the river) and Latton (north). The River Key joins the Thames upstream of the bridge.

View from the bridge

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Next crossing upstream River Thames Next crossing downstream
A419 Road Bridge (road) Eysey Footbridge Water Eaton House Bridge (pedestrian)
Next crossing upstream Thames Path Next crossing downstream
southern bank
Cricklade
Eysey Footbridge northern bank
Water Eaton House Bridge